Verizon Wireless CEO Lowell McAdam on Tuesday told The Wall Street Journal that Verizon is working with Google on a tablet computer...
Sprint Nextel has had a change of heart and scrapped its plans to back Google's Nexus One mobile phone.
Google plans to feed its appetite for tantalizing new technologies by investing in more startups while it devours others by buying them outright.
Motorola posted an unexpected first-quarter profit because of shipments of smartphones using the Android operating system.
Google’s plan to offer photo mapping in Germany has come in for more criticism after regulators learned the company was also archiving the locations of household wireless networks.
Baidu posted first-quarter net profit of 481 million renminbi, or $70.4 million, up from 181 million renminbi a year ago.
Google is apparently over it when it comes to the Nexus One's reported spotty 3G connection.
Google gave a rosy outlook on its various forays into the mobile space during its first-quarter results despite low sales estimates...
Plink, a visual mobile search company, today announced that it has been bought by Google.
Eleven members of Congress are asking the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to investigate complaints that Google inappropriately used private user information...
Google may have to find another name for its flagship Android device, the Nexus One.
Google's Nexus One is now available in a version that will run on AT&T's 3G network.
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is expanding its investigation into Google's purchase of AdMob, reports Bloomberg.
Microsoft and Palm are losing market share to devices based on Google's Android operating system, according to January metrics compiled by comScore.
Wireless Ink Corp. is leveling patent infringement charges against both Google and Facebook.
Google's CEO says mobile smartphones are transforming the Internet, and defended his company's growing dominance...
If anyone has any questions as to Google's plans for the mobile space, it appears they'll find some answers.
One wonders whether AT&T's decision to strip its first Android phone, the Motorola Backflip, of Google search in favor of Yahoo! search was really what Google had in mind.
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer intends to keep the regulatory heat on Google as his company strives to lessen its rival's dominance of Internet search.
Google announced today that it will roll out an experimental high-speed broadband fiber network.
No one can accuse Google of not adequately addressing the mobile segment in recent months.
Google is addressing some of the early criticisms of its highly anticipated Nexus One.
Looks like Steve Jobs gave his own version of a State of the Union address.
Despite the 24 percent drop in handset sales, Motorola is actually doing pretty well for itself.